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Gee, J, Varga R, Gallet Y, Staudigel H.  1993.  Reversed-polarity overprint in dikes from the Troodos ophiolite: Implications for the timing of alteration and extension. Geology. 21:849-852.: Geological Society of America   10.1130/0091-7613(1993)021<0849:rpoidf>;2   AbstractWebsite

Paleomagnetic analysis of dikes from the Troodos ophiolite indicates the presence of a well-defined reversed-polarity overprint, an unexpected result given the currently accepted Cenomanian-Turonian age (88-91 Ma) suggesting formation during the Cretaceous Long Normal Period (83-118 Ma). This reversed- polarity component was apparently acquired prior to tectonic tilting of the dikes, implying that extensional tectonism occurred significantly (>5 m.y.) off axis. Alternatively, the paleomagnetic and field observations may be reconciled if parts of the ophiolite are significantly younger.